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    Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Software - (18 companies)
    Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) software is used to track trends, generate statistics such as mean time between failure (MTBF), and determine the root causes of field failures (usually for products covered by a manufacturer 's warranty... Learn More
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    Reliability Software - (25 companies)
    ...reliability, and system maintainability. Probabilistic event and risk analysis software uses flowchart models and other techniques to produce reliability and risk analyses for decision making and maintenance planning. With failure modes, effects... Learn More
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    IC Probing Adapters and Analysis Adapters - (10 companies)
    IC probing adapaters and analysis adapters are interconnect devices used for in-circuit testing of integrated circuit (IC) packages. The adapter provides connections for test equipment and logic analyzers. Image Credit: Newark / element14. IC... Learn More
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    Engineering Analysis Software - (659 companies)
    Engineering analysis software is designed to model, analyze, and predict responses and interactions for applications such as materials, structures, chemical and biological processes, electronic system performance, etc. Engineering analysis software... Learn More
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    Electronic Design Automation (EDA) and Electronic Computer-aided Design Software (ECAD) - (208 companies)
    ...behavioral simulation, hardware emulation, logic simulation, and transistor simulation. Clock domain crossing verification (CDC checking), formal verification and model checking, equivalence checking, power analysis and optimization, place and route... Learn More

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Links added in the last 30 days Reactive Activities: Root Cause Analysis Proactive Activities: Reliability Centered Maintenance, Risk Based Inspection, etc. Lost Opportunities Analysis: i.e. before Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Criticality Analysis: i.e. before Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM...

...tools used in the risk analysis process are the failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)/ FME and criticality analysis (FMECA), which is a bottom-up approach starting at the component level, and the fault tree analysis (FTA), a top-down method. Campbell said that FMEA might typically involve...

...the Potential Causes of the failure. Rate the Occurrence (how frequent is the cause likely to occur?). Identify the High Criticality items (Severity x Occurrence) and capture the recommended actions, owner, and target date to address each item. Types of Design FMEAs. Design FMEA can be Qualitative...

...and criticality analysis (FMECA). These methods identify each component of the medical device, their potential modes of failure, the predicted risks posed by each failure mode, and the means to reduce the risks to acceptable levels. The potential failure modes for the coating that could result...

...effects, and criticality analysis (FMECA), other risk analysis tools may also be appropriate. Preliminary risk analysis (PRA) and preliminary hazard analysis (PHA) are qualitative techniques that involve a disciplined analysis of potentially hazardous events. After identifying the potentially...

The data center is one of the most dynamic. and critical operations in any business. Complexity and criticality have only increased. in recent years as data centers experienced. steady growth in capacity and density,. straining resources and increasing the. consequences of poor performance...

...severity and frequency (or probability) of occurrence. Probabilities and severities enable a third factor to be computed, called criticality. Criticality provides a means of ranking the failure modes. In this form, FMEA is upgraded to failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis (FMECA).4,5 FMECA...

...risks. FMECA versus FMEA. Failure mode effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) is a more involved process than failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA), which is widely used today in industry as a "what if" process. The difference is that FMECA attaches a level of criticality to the failure modes so...

Effects Analysis) or FMECA (Failure Mode. Effects and Criticality Analysis). The team. logy. But let’s not forget our iPod example. The. This integration ensures that the technical. o. assesses what can go wrong for each. more thoughtful and integrated the HFE, the. team receives direct and continuous...

At one time, data center rack enclosures and related equipment were considered commodity products -simply. a platform to stack equipment, with more enclosures purchased as servers and rackmount equipment were. added to the IT inventory. Today, even though the sophistication and criticality...

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